If you are streaming music content frequently on your phone while you are at the gym or at work, you likely want to be able to start listening to a playlist or a radio station and just let it play. A more preferable method of media consuming, rather than having to constantly fuss with choosing songs or artists and moving between playlists. One solution would be to make a bunch of different playlists manually based off of music that you like or moods that you sometimes have, but this takes a lot of time and effort on your part. The last thing that you want to do is put that much effort in to put less effort in later. Instead, here are some tips for streaming music content to allow you to avoid having to make a bunch of separate, well-categorized playlists but still get the music and moods that you enjoy.
1. Use a Digital Radio Network
Consider subscribing to a digital radio network that has a wider variety of radio stations than your free radio networks. They have stations for pretty much everything, from stations that are dedicated to individual artists to stations that play music for certain moods, such as chill music for studying or party electronic dance music. This will allow you to get curated content immediately to your phone without having to do anything.
2. Use a Streaming Service That Uses Suggestion Mapping
Another option is to use a streaming service that uses suggestion mapping. Suggestion mapping is when a service looks at the music that you like and the music that you have listened to in the past. Then, it sees what other uses have listened to. If a listener has listened to a lot of the same music as you and has also listened to something that you've never listened to before, the streaming service will recommend that music or album to you because there is a decent chance that you will also like it. This will allow an algorithm to carefully curate content for you. The only downside to this is that you will have to actively like different artists and songs in order for the mapping service to get enough information about you to give you accurate suggestions. This could take a little bit of time for it to get rolling.
For more information, talk to a company that specializes in digital radio services. They will be able to help you get a profile set up and give you information about the various stations that are available.Share